Friendly neighborhood self-confessed laconophilia, whose armor suits him, but it can not hide that mark (Nothing ever will), who was prepared the very moment that he let his arrow fly, that’ll slay anything that's evil (that's his deal), who will never die (just go Missing In Action), who's desperate to regain his honor, who has the innate ability to be overlooked and ignored, who hides a bitter heart under a veneer of lovable idiot, and who knows deep down that Who I am is not who I want to be...
I've been used as the base model for 4 Marvel Sketch Cards, 1 Topps Star Wars Galaxies trading card, a Star Wars Insider cover image, and a T-Shirt at Hot Topic.
I didn’t “design” the three clones featured there, those three clones are pictures of me, in my Clonetrooper costume.
This shot look familiar?
Compare it to the poster. You’ll see everything overlays exactly perfect. All of the imperfections and errors resulting from it being literally the first time I wore the costume, are present. None of them were corrected to make the image accurate to how the Clones appeared in Epsiode II. The gap between chest and ab armor, the lack of neck ring on the bucket, the twist back of the shoulder bell, the non-canon gray seam on the shoulder of my underarmor shirt, the fact that I was carrying a lewis gun, completely and utterly the wrong weapon for a Clone, becuase I had yet to finish the accurate DC-15 for the costume.
Better than I was expecting for my first real Half Marathon, but true to form, already thinking it could be better. 1:53 in at most a year.
Now it’s off to be Spider-man at the Library for as long as my knees and ankle will last.